Arsenal cruised into the Women’s Champions League quarter-finals in style as they hit eight against Slavia Prague in their last-16 second leg.
Danielle van de Donk and Vivianne Miedema both scored hat-tricks, along with Jill Roord’s effort and Kim Little’s penalty.
The Gunners led 5-2 from the first leg after the Dutch striker Miedema scored four goals in the Czech Republic.
The quarter-final draw will be held on Friday, 8 November (12:30 GMT).
Arsenal were at their formidable best and could have won by more, but they struck the woodwork three times before half-time and were denied by several good saves from Slavia keeper Bara Votikova.
Van de Donk’s low shot, Scotland midfielder Little’s penalty, Jill Roord’s acrobatic effort and Miedema’s cool finish made it 4-0 at the break.
The Netherlands’ van de Donk and Miedema both completed their hat-tricks from close range after the break.
That took clinical striker Miedema’s tally of Arsenal goals to 52 from her first 50 starts for the Women’s Super League champions.
The Czech side had reached the last eight in Europe three times in the past four campaigns, but were no match for Joe Montemurro’s ruthless side.
The Gunners are England’s last-remaining side in the competition this term, after Manchester City were knocked out by Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.
The first legs of the last-eight ties are scheduled for 24-25 March, before the second legs on 1-2 April.